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It's the day of Maggie's housewarming party, to which she's invited the entire family minus Matthew, the two who still are not speaking to each other. Despite Maggie having moved frequently in her life, she has ulterior motives for holding this party, which the guests will discover, her family members who may or may not tell her to her face what they think about her decision based on that motive. Prior to the party, Natalie, believing that her dizzy spells are signs that she is actually taking the experimental drug in the blind drug trial, wants to have what she considers a perfect day - a "normal" day doing something special - which means spending time with her kids. As they are all busy - most just wanting to avoid issues they are hiding from her - Natalie instead turns to Tia, her new friend from the support group, who may have a different view of what a perfect day constitutes. The offspring who truly does have a planned morning is Emma, who has probably decided to accept her father's invitation for lunch, the invitation which she has not told her mother. Matthew, in trying to mend his own broken family, has a day outing planned with Abby, and figures the best way to get back on Nicole's good side is accommodation. Following the party, Matthew decides to confront David in learning what he is trying to do in reentering Emma and Romy's lives. In the process, Matthew may get a better picture of his own family dysfunction. And Oliver seriously considers Romy's request to live with him instead of Matthew if her mother passes away.
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